The Role of Teachers’ Daily Life Digitalized in Education

By Rui Li.

Published by Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal

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In this paper, by method of socio-cultural theory, our focus is on the role of teachers’daily life digitalized in education. Different from using in teaching field, the utility of digital technologies being more space and choices for teachers, they realize body consciousness during this process. After analyzing the process of digitalization of teachers’ daily life, explaining the transformation of knowledge of teachers, narrating the confusion of teachers on using digital technologies in education, we identified the role of teachers’ daily life digitalized in the context of
integration of teaching and learning.

Keywords: Teachers’ Daily Life Digitalized, The Role of Teachers’ Daily Life Digitalized, Socio-cultural Theory

Ubiquitous Learning: An International Journal, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp.117-124. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 477.322KB).

Rui Li

Doctoral Candidate, The Educational Science School, East China Normal University, Shanghai, China

I am a doctoral student of East China Normal University; my major is education, culture and society. This is my second year for research. My academic background is history. Based on the interdisciplinary perspective, I choose an issue in terms of technology and lifestyle as my research interest. Increasing number of digital technology change our daily life gradually, such as instructional method, dialogue style, the way of interpersonal communication. I conceived this trend at the first glance. I have four years work experience in university, which is a profound advantage for me to rethinking the context of education. From 6th June to 1st August this year, I am honor to participate a program named “US-China Future leader”, which founded by Pennsylvania University. From this program, the new thinking of culture and individual communication formed. Full of confidence and hard-working, I believe I will enjoy this meaningful conference for shaping future culture and human society.